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Thursday, February 25, 2016 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven Volunteers Interview Lakewood 5th Grade Students Twenty volunteers came to Lakewood Elementary School Wednesday, Feb. 10, to interview all of the fifth grade students. The purpose was to help the students achieve the experience of a job interview to participate at JA BizTown in Des Moines in March. JA BizTown provides the students the opportunity to practice work readiness in a job setting for an entire day. Those helping with interviews included: Back Row: George Meinecke, Vice President-City State Bank, Joe Nguyen, Owner-Anytime Fitness, Sara Neil, Owner-South Des Moines Chiropractic, Tim Stephany, Owner-Stephany Insurance, Maribeth Wright, NCSD Board Member, Craig Choate, Manager-Fareway, Todd Dunkel, Owner-Iowa Distilling Company, Eric Lloyd, Owner-Iowa Moving 1, Denny Wulf, NCSD Superintendent, Jeff Buckley, Manager-Lansink Construction, and Tom Phillips, Mayor of Norwalk; Front Row: Amysue Hopkey, Administrator-Crossroads Preschool, Mary Jo Fox, Retired NCSD Teacher, Deb Mineart, Director-Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, Anita Varme, NCSD Classroom Vol- unteer, Katherine Schmidt, Former NCSD Board Member, Gail Beermann, Retired NCSD Teacher, Nancy Palks, Retired JA BizTown Director, and Deb Blanchard, Retired NCSD Teacher. Not pictured: Gary Burton, Managing Partner-Gregg Young Chevrolet. Photo submitted. When It's Time To Not Drive GOLDEN ATTITUDE AWARD AT EASTVIEW (NAPS)--Staying on the The staff at Eastview recognized 8th and 9th grade students exhibiting Golden road to safety may be harder for many elderly drivers than Attitudes. they realize. The Golden Attitude Award is presented to students who contribute to our school The Danger in a positive manner through the attitude they display and their interactions with According to the National others. Help us congratulate our students! Highway Traffic Safety Ad- ministration, senior citizens Wr ~ :ii~ ii:~ account for only 9 percent of the population but almost 14 percent of fatal traffic accidents. 8th graders: Evan Voogd, Gracie Schnoor, Abby Silvers, Charlie Slaugh, and Alexis Cooper. (Absent: Abby Johnson) iiili 9th graders: Laura Stefan, Raven Kemp, Sadie Beerman, Haily Hraha, and Logan Richter. (Absent: Zach Jorgenson). Photos submitted. ow? 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A leading provider of online technology services called Support.corn recently announced that it is embark- ing on a campaign to hire more than 100 work-from- home online technology-solu- tion engineers within the next 100 days. For more information, visit www.sup port.com. (NAPS)--Wells Fargo's online Smarter Credit resource center has informa- tion, tips and tools to help you take charge and improve your credit, and its Retirement Center can help you plan and get on track for the future. Go to www.wellsfargo.com to learn more. The virtual hostess, Aimee, featured on the interactive video game "Sleepover Party" on Wii, can help you plan your party, choose your party theme, build your guest list, create shopping lists and more. Then, at the party, sheql help you enjoy a vari- ety of games and activities. For more information, visit www.amazon.com. Designers such as those at Lane Bryant are answering Older drivers tend to have slower coordination, age- related declines in vision, hearing and other abilities, ancl are imolved in more tl~n their share of car accidents. As people age, their driv- ing patterns change. Re- tirement, different schedules and new activities affect when and where they drive. Although most older adults drive safely because they have a lot of experience behind the wheel, when they are involved in crashes, they may be hurt more seriously than younger drivers. Many see driving as an important part of staying independent, and people 70 and older tend to keep their licenses longer and drive more miles than in the past. What To Do Elderly drivers and the people who care for them should have a trusted doctor check their eyes and reflexes to determine whether they should be driving anymore. If it seems a driver you care about should be offthe road, listen to his or her con- cerns and feelings on the sub- ject. Explore the possibili- ties. Are there solutions that could keep him or her driv- ing safely longer, such as get- ring new glasses or only driv- ing during the day? Try to arrange for alternative trans- portation so he doesn't feel trapped at home. If she sells her car, remind her of the money she'll save on insur- ance and maintenance-- which can be used for buses and taxis. Having this talk may not be easy but you could save a life. Learn More For a checklist of which incidents indicate an older person or parent should stop driving, visit www.accident attorneys.org. December Minutes Norwalk Athletic Booster Club December Meeting- Held Martin requested $5,002 for January 6, 2016 uniforms. Motion to accept Matt Leek called the this expenditure was made meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. by AI Lammers, seconded There were nine people in by Andy Kreider. Motion attendance, carried. Ryan Kennedy was Membership Report present at tonight's meeting Jennifer Kreider reported to provide an overview of that as of December 31st we the Ed Thomas Leadership finished the year up $630 camp that was held on Oc- from where we werelast year tober 1. Ryan and seven oth- at that fime. Jenniferindicat- er student athletes attended edthat shehas severaldepos- the meeting, funded by the its totaling $4,120.48 for a boosters. Ryan indicated that new member, 3 Wellmark he had already read the book matching gifts and 2 Wells "Sacred Acre" prior to at- Fargo matching gifts. Jenni- tending the camp. Ryan fer also reported that shehas highlighted some points that two large donations that will each Speaker had at thebe tagged for renovating the camp and felt that it was a girls batting cages. great experience. Athletic Directors Report Secretary's Report Brett Collins reported the Minutes from the No- Middle School athletics will vember meeting were re-start up again tomorrow viewed. Motion to accept the night after Christmas break. minutes as written was A1Lammers reported the made by Nancy LaVelle, sec- high school winter seasons onded by Jennifer Kreider. are all underway and going Motion carried, well. A1 further reported that Treasurer's Report it is very likely we will be Troy Downs reported back down to 3A. Our bed very little activity this count came in 20 kids light- month. He indicated that he er than expected and New- had received a bill for $1,300 ton willhave more because for Warrior Wear. Sara Neil of their Alternative School. indicated this was for items On March 22nd the State that she restocked. AD Convention will be held. Troy reported he would The convention offers many be paying the Chamber dues topics, one of which is boost- of $135 for the year. er dub related in relation to Troy will be completingAthletic Departments. A1 re- and filing Mary's 1099 tax quested that a couple mem- return, bers of the board attend and Motion to approve the talk about our club's struc- current financials was made re. by Darin Hirl, seconded by A1 reported that he got Andy Kreider. Motion car- some information at the AD fled. National Convention on a Concession Report new scorer's table. Ours is Mary was not present atoutdated and we could ben- tonight's meeting so no con- efit from a longer table and cession report, with LED videos. A1 indi- Coaches Wish List cated these aren't cheap but Boys Basketball- Coach will look into it further in Larson requested $1,601.46, preparation for next year. $786 for 9th grade practice Public Relations jerseys and $815.46 forNothing to report at to- coach's apparel. Motion to night's meeting. accept the expenditure was Old Business madebyNancyLaVelle, sec- Stacy Rosonke reported onded by Stacy Rosonke.on the boys'basketball tour- Motion carried, nament. All age divisions Wrestling - Coach are full and brackets for re- Schmitz requested $1,714 for view have been sent to all singlets. Motion to accept board members. A1 report- this expenditure was made ed that he has people set up by:Sara Neff, seconded by to take the concession prod- Jennifer Kreider. Motion uct to all schools on the 15th carried, and the gyms can be set up Girls Track - Coach after the basketball game on Campbell requested $4,985 the 15th. for new girl's uniforms. This New Business will deplete the girl's track No new business to dis- fund except for $3. Motion cuss at tonight's meeting. to accept this expenditure Open Discussion wasmadebyDarinHirl, sec- No open discussion onded by Stacy Rosonke.items. Motion carried. Adjournment Bowling - Coach Stoker Motion was made by A1 requested $1,264.50 for uni- Lammers to adjourn the forms. Motion to accept this meeting, seconded by Darin expenditure was made byHirl. Motion carried. Meet- Nancy LaVelle, seconded by ing was adjourned at 7:50 Sara Neil. Motion carried, p.m. Girls Basketball - Coach The next NABC Meeting Martin requested $441 for will be held January 25, 2016 coach's apparel. Motion to at 7 p.m. in the Norwalk accept this expenditure was High School Library. made by Coach Stoker, sec- onded by Jennifer Kreider. RespectftfllySubmitted, Motion carried. Stacy Rosonke Girls Basketball- CoachSecretary